Iran art: The new Calligraphy of JafarAli Sarvi Hampa have been shown at Taraneh Baran Art Galllery. "Ashube hendesi 9" continues till 12th of february.
Hedyeh Mortazian, the director of Deilaman Gallery, says that as Iranian calligraphy registered in UNESCO World Heritage List, attention has been drawn to this original art and attention should be paid to the living conditions of the artists as well.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) -The Tajik president of the ECO Cultural Institute in Tehran has said that calligraphy provides a window on lofty literature and a world without violence.
TEHRAN –(Iranart)- An exhibition of calligraphy works selected from the First Raqs-e Qalam International Exhibition of the Silk Road Calligraphy opened at the Iranian Academy of Arts in Tehran on Friday with a limited number of visitors.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) –A collection of 93 calligraphy works have been selected to compete in the 13th Fajr Festival of Visual Arts to be held in the Saba Art and Cultural Institute in February.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) – Iran’s Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts (MCHTH) announced on Monday that it is opposed to Turkey’s proposal to register Islamic calligraphy as its own heritage on the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) –Ali Shirazi, Hamidreza Glichkhani and Javad Bakhtiari, Iranian calligraphy masters, called Turkey's action in registering Islamic calligraphy in their own name in Intagible herritage of UNESCO as a forgery of history
TEHRAN – (Iranart) - More and more investors in the world are looking at the art market as an alternative to traditional investment assets. At the same time, numerous academic studies have tried to ascertain the returns for art over the years. The question is how come this is not happening in Iran, why not many so many people invest in art?
TEHRAN –(Iranart)- Vali Gallery has opened its doors to a collection of favorite paintings and designs by Hamedeh Mashiyati. The paintings are entirely based on calligraphy, including ink and wash painting, and will be in view until March 11.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) – One hundred and twenty calligraphy works and inscriptions about Ashura by Ali Shirazi are on display at the Museum of Imam Ali in Tehran.